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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. J919 $
A Pt'og~beIVa
commcitliy wtth a
Moer~tn, Progress~e
Weekly Nempqpr


Port St. Joe -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicolao-hattahoochee Valley"


THEM S 8TAR
PLL.b~lhed In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf Cou nty


VOLUME XIX $3.00 Per Year ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1956' .ingle Copy So NUMBER 89


Rev. C. Byron Smith Will


Give Ba calaureate Sermon
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L rt .:^ tftr office


The races for the Florida Legis- Strickland; District 3, Parker G.
nature and top county jobs arc keep- Hart and G. S. Croxton, who was
ing political interest Lat high pitch high man.
in the four counties comprising
Senate District 25. They are Cal-
houn, W,.iA: i.... Bay and Gulf.; Police Pick Up Man
The Senate battle between Rep. Wanted For Bad Checks
Bart Knight of Blounitstown and
Joe I. Mathis, Patnama City, is Local police picked up a man
gaining in intensity. Knight, who by the name of Hatfield Saturday,


is serving nis second term as a
member of the House, is seeking
to overcome the big Bay County
vote.
- Knight got a large portion of the
Calhoun vote in the first primary,
'plus his, share ini the remaining
three counties.
Mathis is after he votes cast for
candidates eliminated in the race,
all of whom were Pan'ama City
residents. M iii who hias. served
previously in the Hou.e, is, an ai-
torney, as is Knight.
Three races arc left inl Culf
County, with thlle baltile for the
House of Representative s l ead in'g
the list. Cecil Q. Coin, seeking
re-elecion and Silas i. S'.one, both
of Port St. Joe arc in the runoff.
Other races are county commis-
sion, District 1, WV. C. 1'. i, I. hi
in the first primary ..i,] A. I


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Saints Win Over Panama City; Lose

To Wewa itchka Ladies Nite Tonite


All ladies will be admitted to
the ball game tonight between the
,Saints and Panama City free of
charge. The Saints invite all ladies
to come and view a good ball game
as their guests tonight at 8 p.m.
Port St. Joe will be host for two
games this week, playing Panama
City here tonight and Apalachicola
Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.
SAINTS SPLIT BILL
The Saints split the two games
they played this. past week. Wewa-
hitchka, came out on top of a good
game which took the bottom half
of the ninth inning to decide this


with the Saints scoring only one
run to make the score 7-3 at the
end of the second inning. The Ga-
tors never scored again during the
game but the Saints scored two
runs in the eighth inning and one
in the ninth enabling Wewahitchka
to go home with the game won 7-6.
Fleming and Scott were the pit-
chers with Hudson catching for
the Saints. Mayhan and McDaniels
shared the honors of pitching for
the Gators with Gaskin receiving.
SAINTS WIN OVER P. C.
The Saints scored 13 runs Sun-
day afternoon tb defeat Panama


who was wanted over around Lake .past Thursday night. The score was City 13-9 behind tle pitching or
City for passing about $1,000.00 7-6. Bascom Hamm who went the en-
in had checks. 'Sunday the Saints rallied a bar- tire game.
Lerage of hits to put down Panama Panama City made a bid to over-
Local police were alerted earlier City by a score of 13-9. come .the lead the Saints held in
in the week by Lake City deputies WEWA WINS their half of the ninth inning by
to be on the. look-out for Hatfield Wewahitchka scored two runs in scoring four runs but the Saints
who was believed to be in this the first inning and the Saints did retired them and won the game.
vicinity. likewise to tie it up as the first Hamm and Hudson worked for
He was spotted in town Satur- inning ended. Wewahitchka scored the Saints and Watkins and Creel
day and apprehended by officer five runs in the second inning handled the Panama Olity team.
Lee Edwards and a Lake City de- -
puty in a local clothing store Sat- elected this t
urday afternoon. High School PTA Willte wll b elected t this et-
Hratfield, a printer by trade had Close Season Tonight inp, after which the new officers
been working for the past several --- will be installed. Ut i hoped that a
weeks for the Ap.i,.o'icaul. Times The Port St. Joe H-igh School largo a-mendance of parents will be
in Apallachicola. Parent-Teacher Association will on hand for this very important
The Lake City rtiLuer. went to hold its final meeting of the current, meeting.
Alpalachicola -jrLhiii. fur the man school year at the High School An interesting program is being
and had been fuinimed that he Auditorium on Thursday night at planned for this t .. -;. and an
had come to P.,rt St. Joe .0 spend 8:00 p.m. this week. executive ,.in'...,. .. t will be
the week end at the l.eacl. 'Offi...-, for the coming school presented.


What with the advent of spring
"- ''.'.,. S (and lately--summer) Port St. Joe's
''..- ,,', ,..4 baseball players have come to the
S. '. .. .. v fore to offer some fine baseball
for the viewing of the bench type
.' .. sports an.
- '" In the kiddie division, a Little
'.League organization is in operation
.. M1 '.. wi h a four-team league playing
? 'four afternoons a week at the Lit-
Ste League park.
The Little League season is only
two weeks old and already much
.. '. rivalry has grown between the
four teams tri, ioi for first place.
t. ." The Little League movement
-+ ;j started in Port St. Joe last year
.'. '''. '" with barely enough boys to field
four teams by the time the season
gu.WI'tneIayXi. yaoe


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den, Harry Cannavino, iHoward Rogers, Ronald Sinquefield, Tommy Pridgeon, Walter Wilder and
Bennie Hudson. Back row, lef. t to right: Booth Poo le, Bascom Hamm, (Fred Langley, Sol Stewart,
Hubert Miller, John Scott, Golden Scott and Basil McKnight. (star photo)


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A LITTLE LEAGUER poles that old apple in the opening game of the Little League season here on
Monday, May 14. The game, played between the Rotary and Ford-Pontiac teams was won by Ford-
Pontiac, 20-3 (- photo)


got. well under way. i [w, year, over
100 boys between the ages of sev-
en and 12 have reported for spring
training. Of this number of boys,
60 were chosen to staff the four
active teams with the remainder
of the boys placed on two farm
teams, for replacements for any
team member that must leave for
the summer.
At the present time, the Krafties
stand in first place with Ford-
Poniac breathing down their neck
in a close second.
SAINTS RE-ORGANIZED
In the grown-up men's baseball
league, the Port St. Joe Saints
have come up with a re-organized
team that has none of the old
power-house members of the Saints
that annually kept the breezes fan-
ning over the top of the fence at
Centennial Field with home runs.
Th& organization has taken over
the operation of the field and con-
cessions at the ball park complese-
ly and are doing a good job thero.
The team is headed up this year
by Bascom Hamm as manager and
Bob Ellzey -as publicity agent for
the team.
Through finaggling and donations
from generous people of the city,
the team has been completely out-
fitted with new uniforms and are
well on the road to becoming a
team as powerful as the Saints of
46, 47, 48 and 49.
(Continued on page 10)


High School Band

Will Play Concert

Tomorrow Night

Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School, announ-
ces the last band concert of the
present school term which will be
presented at 8:00 p.m. in the High
School Gymnasium, on Friday
night, May 25. Admission for adults
will be 75c ,and school students will
be charged 25c. There is no ad-
mission charge for children who
are under school age.
Herman Dean, director of ihe
band, states that this program will
be one of the most interesting of
the entire year. Most of the music
will be modern arrangements of
,well known tunes put together in
unique styles.
The feature number of the pro-
gram will be a descriptive piece
dedicated to the old -'.:..ill.:i. L. '
train which operated over the Apa-


S -y-Two Students

Port St. Joe Hi

Forty4two members of the grad-
uating class of Port St.' Joe High
School will be honored in annual
Baccalaureate services Sunday eve-
ning at 8:00 p.m.
The services will be held on the
lawn directly in front of the Port


S Take Lead
In Little League

The Krafties defeated the high
flying For.dPontiac by a score of
20-3 behind the four-hit pitching of
.lHmmy Wilder Tuesday ,afternoon
to hand the Ford-Pontiac team their
first defeat of the season.
The two teams were tied for first
.-,, in the league standings
until the Krafties came up with
their lopsided victory.
'. 'i -*. who has his control walk-
ed only one batter and struck out


lachicola Northern Railroad sev- six while going the distance.
eral years ago. Most of the older Ch'sley Fe&nom was the big gun
citizens may recall this train as a at the bat for the Krafties getting
pleasant landmark of their earlier three for t.hree. Wilder was a close
days in Port St. Joe. Band awards sercoid with two for three.
will also 'be presented during the Nolson Hall was the losing pit-
program and a farewell ceremony cher, giving np 12 hits, walking 10
will be held for the band members and striking out seven. Hall has a
who will graduate this year. Money good, fast ball, but didn't have the
derived from this concert will be t'ii"All f' or e ii-..s'lya's gam e.
used to pay for repairs to musical Hall and Ge orge Boyer each cob-
in.trnuments, which are to be used elected two hits off the offerings of


Graduating From

igh This Year

St. Joe High School.
The Seniors will march to their
places on the raised platform to
the tune of the "Grarid lMarch".
Music will be furnished by the PortL
St. Joe High School Band.
The Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor
of the First Baptist Church will
deliver the Baccalaureate sermon.
The program will begin with the
invocation by The Rev. Tom Miller.
The congregation will sing the
hymn "All Hail The Power". Rev,
C. Byron Smith will read the scrip-
ture, followed by a solo by Miss
Celia Tomlinson. Immediately pro-
ceeding the sermon, Thomas A.
Owens, County Superintendent will
give the announcements. Follow-
ing the sermon the congregation
will join in another hymn, "Blest
Be the Tie That Binds"
Rev. Tom Miller will give the
benediction.
The High School band will play
the Recessional from. Commence-
ment. Suite for the Recessional.
Platform guests will be Thomas
A. Owens, B. B. Scisson, Fennon
Talley, Carter Ward, R. D. Lister,
Hubert E. Richards, Leroy Bow-
doin, Alma Jones, Jimmy Greer,
Rev. Tom Miller, Rev. C. B. Smith,
H. F. Ayers, J. A. Whitfield, J. B.
Harris and Clyde Brogdon.
Graduation exercises will be held
next Friday on the High School


by new band students who have Wilder, collecting their team's only lawn.
joined the beginner classes for the safeties.
1956-57 school term. The Little League teams play RETURN FROM CONVENTION
'__. each Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Mrs. Madaleine E. Whitaker,
and Friday afternoons at 6:00 p.m. newly elected resident of the Wl-
Dr. Avery Guest Speaker LEAGUE STANDINGS Uls V. Rowan Unit 116, and Mrs.
At Baptist Meeting Tues. W L Anne G. Hart returned Sunday
D- J i.\ s eti. .-5o -... 2 a night from Dui. .... Beach where
Dr. J. H. Avery, pastor of the F ORD-PONTIAC 2 1 they' attended as delegates, the
Fir.t Baptist Church of Panama : ; .. Y 1 1 38th annual convention of the
C(: was guest speaker Tuesday KIWANIS 0 3 American Legion.
night at the First Baptist Church. ----- _-- -
Dr. Avery spoke on his Lour of COMMUNITY SING SET AT
Europe last year that he made fol- Episropd Laymen Plan HIGHLAND VIEW CHURCH
lowing the World Alliance Meeting Pis'-h Fry For May 30 A community singing will be
in London. He showed slides of the -- held at the Highland View Metho-
Holy Land and slides -of his tour The Laymen's League of the dist Church Thursday night begin-
through -r,.ain. France, Italy, I..'..:,,1 i Church will have one of ning at 8:00 p.m. The sing will be
Switzerland and of many other in- their famous fish suppers Wednes- conducted by Booth Poole.
teresting events, day, May 30 starting at 6 p.m. The pastor, Rev. Douglas New-
---- Admission will be 50c for chil- some, extends a cordial invitation
Return From Vacation dren under 12 and $1.00 for adults, to everyone who likes to sing and
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Garden have Tickets may be bought from any to hear good singing.
returned from a two weeks vaca- member of the Layman's League. --
tion spent in touring through the ---- ------ Mr and Mrs. L. W. Rich of Port
Smokies and points of interest in The advisory board of the Indus- Arthur, Texas announces the -birth
Tennessee. They were the guests trial Commission will meet with of a 7 lb., 1 oz., baby boy, Kenneth
of their son and 1d ,i.rlhr,. in-.. r, Mr. and Mrs. R. HI. McIntosh at Frank, born May 16. Mrs. Rich is
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Carden and their home on Constitution Drive the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
son, Byron in Livingston, Tenn. today. Pierce of this city.
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Miss Myrtle Simpson Becomes Bride

Of George E. Aase On Sunday, May 6


Miss Myrtle Simpson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Simpson, and
her husband George E. Aase of
Tallahassee are honeymooning in
Gatlinburg, Tennessee following
their marriage May 6.
The marriage was solemnized at
5 p.m. in the First Baptist Church
of Port St. Joe with the Rev. By-
ron Smith officiating.
Mrs. M. P. Tomlinson presented


rangements of yellow and blue iris
were used in other parts of the
house to carry out the color scheme.
Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs.
Aase will reside in Tallahassee
where Mr. Aase is employed.


Senior Class Is

Hanred WiJth Fie


Mrs DA wan Hostess Service magazine on volunteer
Mrs. Dowden ostess missionaries from our own church.
TO Baptist Circle One Regular business was transacted


Circle One of the Woman's Mis-
sionary Union of the First Baptist
Church met Tuesday afternoon at
3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Harry
Dowden with six members present.
Mrs. Ralph Nance, circle chairman,
presided over the meeting. Others
present were Mrs. J. J. Clements,
Mrs. Dave ,Smith, Mrs. Emory Rob-
ertson and Mrs. W. I. Carden.
Mrs. Robertson, program chair-
man brought the devotional taken


a program of -organ music prior to I I UT e as a 1 Mai from Isaiah 53 with the topic,
the ceremony and accompanied F a Dance "Christ Still Being Rejected".
Mrs. Robert Murphy of Cuthbert, ry a n During the business sesison, good
Ga., and Bill King of Chattahoochee ---- reports were given by the chair-
who sang, "If I Could Tell You" The Seniors of 1956 were honor- man and commit-tees.
and "Oh Promise Me". ed with a fish fry and dance Wed- Mrs. Cardren dismissed the meet-
The bride was given in marriage nesday. May 16, at the home of ing with prayer. Mrs. Emory Rob-
by her father. Her wedding gown Mrs. J. A. Stebel' in White City. ertson will be hostess to the Circle
of tulle and lace over satin fea- Hostesses were: Mrs. Richard on the second Tuesday of June at
tured a fitted bodice with long Dawson, Mrs. W. L. Jordan and 3 p.m. at her home at Beacon Hill.
sleeves and a scalloped neckline. Mrs. J. A. Stebel. -----
The bouffant skirt was bordered The dinner was served buffet Mrs. Swatts To Present
with lace panels and ended in a style in the back yard and dancing
chapel train. Her wedding veil was was enjoyed in the, barn. Piano Pupils In Recital
attached to a satin pillbox appli- The invited seniors were: Gene
qued with lace and embroidered Raffield, artha Costin, Bert Munn. ,Sunday afternoon, May 27, Mrs.
with seed pearls. She carried a Barbara Sykes. Sonjia Blount, Ralph Swatte will present her p1-
white Bible topped with a white Kathryn Marshall, Cora Sue Smith, ano pupils in, a musical tea which
orchid and lilies-of-the-valley. Jackie Davis, Robert Nedley, Patsy ill be held in the social hall of
Miss Catherine Nix of Panama Daniell, Dot Sealey, Vince Kilbourn, the Methodist Church. The young
City, aunt of the bride, served as W. L. Smith. Mary Agnes Culpep- musicians will be presented in two
maid of honor. She wore a ballerina per, Rachael Wimberly, Walter groups as follows:
length gown of blue tulle. A ban- Wilder. Oliver Harper, Joy Wil- Group 1 at 3:00 p.m. including
dean of blue satin and tulle com- liamson, John Stephens, Gail Bate- Carolyn -Cart, Barbara Martin,
pleted her ensemble and she car- man, Barbara Porter Owen Pres- arolyn carr, Barlara Martl-
I, I 1Andrea Martin, Alice ean Gay Hel-
nried an arm bouquet of yellow nell. Gypsie Love. Dick Dawson, ARe Mar,, Ae ca ,rG, Hl
r en Richards, Jennie Norris, Clara
chrysanthemums. The bridesmaids, Jimmy Marlo, illyohnson. Mel- Parrish Fran Gun, Freda Tram-
Misses Eleanor Scarborough of ba Butts. Mary Clifton, Jimmy moll, Gayle O num, Patsy Smith,
Chattahoochee, Hazel Burnette of Howell. Charles Smith. Mary Ann. ue Odom, Wandu Odom, Palth
Port St..Joe, and Nancy McAfee of Parker, Mary Gladys Ingram. Ran- Lovett, Gloria Sh dom, Paula
Stanford, Conn., wore blue gowns za Cox, Grant Adams, Fred Wages, ett Gloa
in a lighter shade and styled the Patsy Herring. Nell Canningtou, w "
same as that of the maid of honor. Billy Jordan, Bobby S~ebel, Louiso Goup 2 at 4:30, including Kay
Little Holly Barr of Port St. Joe Daughtry, Peggy Linton Buzier and Creech, Ann Belin, Lind~a Tharpe,
served as flower girld an her gown Grover Holland. Brenda Ward, Sue Parker, Cathey
was of a pale blue ulle. She car- Also attending the party were !Parker, Ann Wimberly, Venice
ried a blue net basket of yellow Miss Alice Andrews ;aid Mrs. Gainous, Beckey Childers, Peggy
chrysanthemums. .Wayne Biggs, senior sponsors. Pyle, Barbara Eells, Diana Mc-
Best man was Jim Aase of Gil- ---- (Knight, Stevie Whealton and Ann
bert, Minnesota, brother of the Patsy Wilder Initiated Mosely.
bridegroom. Serving as groonmsien Into Sophomore Council During the afternoon Mrs. Chris
were Tommy Simpson, brother of artincwil losing two -num'bers
the bride, Frank Beauchamp of Ml- Patsy der, daughter of Mr. composed by Mrs. Ralph Swatts.
.-mi and Buddy Vause of Panama Patsy WilderW dahter of Mrc Relatives and friends of the
City. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder of this city young people are invited to attend.
Mrs. John T. Simpson, mother was initiated into the Sophomore _
Mrs. John T. Simpson, mother Council of Florida State University -
of the bride, was dressed in a gown in a candlelight service Wednesday Mrs. Billy Joe Rich
.f pale blue lace with matching night. Hostess To Circle Six
accessories, while Mrs. Becky Ke-


and MrsT. A. iliculellan aismissetd
the meeting with prayer
* Mrs. E. J. Rich will be hostess
o the circle in her new home at
White City on the third Monday
afternoon of June.
Refreshments were served to the


following: ,Mrs. E. J. Rich, Mrs.
Otis Pyle, Mrs. C. A. McClellan,
Mrs. George Montgomery, Mrs. Roy
Irvin, Mrs. J. 0. Bagge t and Mrs.
Joe Bracewell.
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Thank You


S For the splendid vote you gave me on
} May 8. I sincerely hope you will go to
the poles on May 29 and elect

SG. S. (Jack) CROXTON

Your next county commissioner from
District Three.



The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


toe, the bridegroom's sister was
attired in a gown of pink chrystal-
lette.
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents entertained with a
reception at their home. The bride's
table was overlaid with a white li-
nin cut-work tablecloth. The three-
iered wedding cake was embossed
in white and featured a miniature
bride and groom on- top. Lilies and
white candles in crystal candelabra
were arranged on the table. 4xr-


Approximately ten per cent of
the freshman class is chosen from .Circle Six of the Woman's Mis-
a vote of classmates and junior sionary Union of the First Baptist
counselors. A selection committee Church met with Mrs. Billy Joe
make the final choice, 'with nhe as- Rich, Monday afternoon at 3 p.m.
distance of residence counselors. with eight members present.
Scholarship, service and loyalty Mrs. Joe Bracewell, circle chair-
are the qualities required for mem- man, gave he devotional taken
bership. from 1 SamuIel 1:9-28 followed with
rayer by Mrs. E. J. Rich.
Defective Chimneys 'The program was a disousslon
Defective chimneys rank high as and reading taken from the Royal
a cause of farm fires during the te
heaing season. It pays to advertlise-try it!


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THUR,'D~kYX, MA'Y 9i5


i Hoor, Dean of th6 College of MAts'
Two Port St.Joe Students Apply For and. Sciences at the Univesit of
Alabama.
*doVO i The Baccalaureate address will.
Degrees At The University of Florida vT o r
....DTobe given by the Rt. Rev. Henry
Loutl't, bishop of the South Flori-
Approximately 1153 candidates eate .excercises will take place at da Episcopal Diocese.
have applied for degrees from -he 8 o'clock P. M. Sunday, June 3rd Of the 1153 candidates applying
University'of Florida during corn-at the Florida Field. for degrees 935 applied for bache-
mencement exercises Monday, June Dr. J. Wayne Retz, president of lors,. 144 for masters,- 39 for doc-.
4th. the university, will preside over trs, 32 forbachelors of I-aw 2 for
education specialists and 1 for Civ-
scheduled for the Florida Gymna- the exercises and the commence- 11 Engineering professional.
lMum at. 9 o'clock A. M. Baccalaur- ment speaker will be Dr. Marten students who have applied fpr
-gr .. -. ,2=727- degrees from Port S,. Joe include
the foIlowing: Douglas Baldwin, Jr.
I D aridnd 'Monroe T inuti, Bader.
'MARIETTA CHAFIN7 MAKES
S., DEAN'S LIST AT JUDSON
V Marion, Ala. The Dean's List
Si ,, A and: Freshman Honor Roll have
been announced for the third qu'ar-
S-., MONTHS ter at Judson College by Dean Rob-
UP *:" ert Bowling. The Dean's List r&-
':' TO quires a 2:5 academic average and,'
TO e Freshman Honor Roll requires
rAY a 2.25 academic average with -no
grade below C.
From Port St. Joe, on the Dean's
NO 0" 4'1z1`4' PAYMENT List is Marietta' Chafin, daughter
O P AY N of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chafin of
this c y.
SEE OR CALL this ciy.
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NEWS FROM Metodist SGeorge Suber, R. H. Biinson, Bob King. Elmo Godfrey, 'Nancy
Geoige Adkins, Ed Ramsey, H. T. Howell, Dot WiTber-ly, Metta Buz-
OAK ROVE Names CirCe Brinson. ohh Beasley, J-L. Temple, zett, Marin Hendrix, Dorothy Wal-
By HELEN NORRIS YNettle Achors, and Earnest Wim- terms and Walter Johnson.
On May 21, the Woman's Society beriv _--- -
of Christian Service opened their MCircle 4: Mesdames Leonard'Be- Star Wart Ads G t R-z s .
SMr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams and meting by singing the hymn, "Ho- lin, Williston Chason, Charles Par-'
daughter Chris spent several days ly, Holy, Holy". Mrs. Fred Davis ....
it Cottondale visiting with Mr. and gave a very inspiring devotional.
Mrs. Adams and in Panaa .City The president, Mrs. Edwin Ra:msey
visiting with. Mr. and Mrs. Grant. presided over the business session. ,
Mr. and Mrs., Allen Norris and Through June, July; Aug'ist, the
children spent Sunday in Tyndall society will meet on the' first and
Field visiting -with MAr. and Mrs. i third Mondays. Names for the new
Howard Linebargar. circles were diawn for the new
Mr. and Mrs. W.' A. Ray and yearcbeginning June i.
children and' Mr. and Mrs. Will ,Circle 1: Mesdames I. C. Nedley. L


Ray of Altha were; the Sunday Minnie Howell, I. W. Duren, W. T.
guests of Mr. and rMs. L. P. Ray.
gests Mr. and f Mr. Edgar Deese and. L. P Ray. Mosley, J. T. Graves, B. Pridgeoli ,
childMr. and Mrs. Edgar dayeese and Ed Williams, Sallie CosLin, S. 3.
children spent Saturday in Pan- Shuford, C: D. Spears, -. M. Taylor,
ma City visiting with friends and Lamar Miller,'R.Gibson,. r., George
relatives. Patton, P. Fleishel, Buck Griff'n
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows of A. 'J. Owels, G. S. Croxtoi, A. M
Tyndall Air Force Base was the Jones, Jr., Fennon Talley, J. T.
Sunday guest of 'the .atter's par- Ricketson and ake, JB'eln.
cents, Mr..and Mrs. Richard Hanlon., .Circle 2: Mesdames, Daisy John.
Mrs. Red Walker and daughter son, T. H. Stone; H. Kilbourn, A.
and Mrs. T. J. Long motored to M/ Jones, Sr., Wayne' Buttram,
Panama City Friday on business. Mary Wimberly, E. T. Pridigeon,
Arthur Hoker; M. XK. Hurlbut,
One of the. nattiral characteristle Gladya McCoy, 'Pauline Murdock, .
of cranberry jelly and other tart C. A. Brown, 'Laura Geddie, Joe
fruft Jelly is o "weep" after the Grimsley, W. D. Jones, May Deani
mold is cut. To prev&nt this, place B.-E. Rawls, Chris -Martin, S. B.
cranberry jely in smaller molds o E l, i B.re .
so that all of it will be used rp at Witt, Paul Bloutnt, G: B. Creech,-
one meal. Then none will. be left and .B. H. Smith.
to stand and "weep."
Circle.. 3: Mesdames Patty ,Lov-
ett, B. H..-Diackenson; Sr.,, Carl'-.
Armstrong, Ht.C. Brown, J. T. Mc-
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Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WE~ssr R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Als Linotype Operator. Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed wwd
Ia thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely assert
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
SI last! the printed word remains.


TAKES MORE THAN TALK
Right now there is much talk in this com-
munity on the 'trade at home' theme.
Usually the talker has in mind the shoppers
who go to other centers to do their buying.
We venture to guess that the total spent by
such shoppers in a year's time is. a very small
fraction of the thousands of dollars that goes
out in Postal and Express money orders and in
checks to the catalog houses. -It is like worry-
ing over a leaky faucet while another runs full
blast and unnoticed.
Why do the mail-order houses go on reap-
ing this golden harvest?
They ADVERTISE they minutely des-
cribe the smallest and cheapest articles. They
appeal to the Thrift Instinct inherent in every-
one.
They don't rely on the buyer's remembering
they are in business. Why doesn't know that
there is a Sears Roebuck, a Montgomery Ward,
a Spiegel? And between their voluminous Fall


and Spring catalogs there is a liberal sprinkling I
of good sized 'special sale' catalogs to keep the \
customers interested and active. (
They tell the people what .they have, and i
how much it costs-and if it's a sale they show i


the "tremendous" price slashes. And the mon-
ey rolls in from this county along with the
rest of the country.
We've heard merchants point out that buy-
ers can do better right here at home some-
times buying identical items without carrying
charges, and the other fringe costs that add to
the mail-order items. But they only tell US.
They don't tell the customers again, and Again,
and AGAIN!
We sell advertising space. People read this
paper yeh, the ads, too. If your ad is timely,
if the merchandise is good, and if the price is
right it doesn't have to be slashed you'll
get some of those mail-order customers. But
don't expect to run one announcement ad and
then wait for the stampede. We can promise
you it won't happen any more than if Mont-
gomery-Roebuck .ran only one announcement
saying they are still taking orders.
But you can share in some of those local
dollars that now go to mail-order accounts if
you tell the people this week, and next week, and
next month what you have to offer.
ANOTHER "NOBLE EXPERIMENT"
Aroused and horrified at the Senate revela-
tions of the black market in babies, the American
public may be expected to demand Federal in-
tervention. But the people should consider well
whether Washington bureaucrats can or should
replace the devoted, long-experienced workers
of our religious groups, local organizations and
the state and local judiciary in this specially in-
dividualized field of human welfare.
Testifying in opposition to Senate Bill 3021,
"An Act to Regulate the Placing of Children in


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Family Homes and for Other Purposes", Rt. Rev.
Msgr. John O'Grady, secretary of the National
Conference of Catholic Charities, charged that
n the event of passage "we shall have the exper-
ence of the Volstead Act all over again".
This Federal "umbrella" to control all mat-
ters pertaining to adoption, he told the Senate
judiciary -subcommittee, would eliminate all re-
ligious organizations from continuing what have
been successful programs in this field.. It seeks
to remove the protection of religion in a child's
ife by making the Government the controlling
factor in the entire field of placement for adop-
tion.-


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a fauver consistently around the shoo-in.
A 5 t country with the lone exception of j BIG FIASi Latest progress '-
.0iB" w Minnesota. There," he said, "we all report onaCongressman Charlie Ben-
SEE SAW know the Republicans got into the netb's boy is that the young man
SEE SAW race just to embarrass Stevenson." took his first step last week. In
by WIN PENDLETON But since then iStevenson has gain- fact he took tour in succession.
ed ground steadily and his opponent Born July 2, 1,955, Charlie Jr., has 0S
BIG DAY COMING UP How has lost-. ikes recalled the New consistently reflected his father's '
will next Tuesday's stevenson-Ke- Jersey race where IStevenson took talent for staying in the headlines. 5 S
everything in sight. And Illinois FLORIDA ALUMNI The al-im-
fauver [battle in Florida wind up? 'where (Stevenson won all but about ni of the University of Florida who 11Po
After the way things came out in 4% of the vote. In Alabama, Gover- 'live in Washington gave a recep- o N.-'
Oregon last Friday, the odds here 'nor Folsom-on the other side- 'tion last week in the Senate Cau- \' ,,,
indicate that Florida might not go 'was "roundly trounced." And, of cus room for members of the Flor- '
"all the way with Adlal" but that 'course, t'he greatest victory was ida Congressional Delegation. The
he will win easily. Congressman 'the District of Columbia fight, Alumni Club, numbering better than
Bob Sikes, who is managing Steven- where Kefauver's own campaign 150, is headed this year by Al 1S B
son's campaign in Florida, is jubi- manager was running .as a delegate Brick, attorney, formerly of Mar-
lant. He says he wasn't surprised -and was beat by two to one. In lanna. All menibers of the Delega-
over Friday's results and suggests spite of an expected light 'vote tion are Alumni of 'the University
that Kefauver might as well stay next Tuesday-it looks from here except Jim Haley, Dante Fascell
at home. '"Stevenson has bea'b Ke- as though IStevenson should be a (Continued On Page 7)





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Certainly no one will deny that it should
be made a Federal crime to sell a baby across
state lines, or feel that th6 penalties prescribed
in S. 3021 jail up to five years, a $10,000 fine,
or both are too high. But many others be-'
sides Msgr. O'Grady will question whether it is
wise, or just, or humane to "secularize completely:
all our programs for the care of children in the'
.United States."
We do need the counterpart of the Lind-
berg kidnap law to crush the adoption rackets.
but we do need a new army of Federal bureau-
crats to take over our private charities.
NO SMOKIN, OR CHEWIN, OR NOTHING
Mrs. Nina W. Lord, a New Jersey delegate
to the upcoming Democratic National Conven-
tion would prohibit smoking at the Chicago ex-
travaganza. The no-smoking suggestion was
presented to all members of the National Com-
mittee in a letter in which Mrs. Lord recalled
the flash fire at the 1952 convention that was
quickly extinguished.
We heartily endorse the lady's sentiments,
irrespective of the hazard question. Further,
've think it should be extended to include food
and beverages, even chewing gum, peanuts and
cizackerjack and the same rules. adopted by the
Republicans in San Francisco.
This should shorten speeches, demonstra-
tions and wrangles sufficiently that we might
got some sleep during those heretofore weary
weeks.


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"We are well aware that certain Govern-
ment officials and certain groups would like
more Governmental control in this field," said
Msgr. O'Grady, ". and feel that no program
can be an American community program until
it is taken over and controlled directly by the
Government."
As it is, he said, expectant unwed mothers
are often afraid to go to the established agencies,
and the Catholic Charities "have to deal with
unmarried mothers on a highly confidential ba-
sis. Their work is really an important arm of
the pastoral ministry of our church No
Governmental agency including the FBI, has
any right to interfere with the confidential rela-
tionships that are incidental, to the pastoral
ministry It is a pity," he concluded, "that
the framers of this bill .did not give sufficient
time to the study of all its ramifications."


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----- -- -- ... .- 'and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Pridgel. the week end with Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. 8. T. Daniels
NEWS Ff.OM Mr. and -Mrs. Johnnie Mime C. C. Peterson and relatives, and family last week.
,q. *f- lView spent Friday in Pensacola on busa- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster visited Mr. and Mrs. Billie Ray Nobles
6 W W ness. Mr. and Mrs. Murry Wilson and and children, Anita, Rhonda Fay,
By Mrs. Fannie Mae MoMillan 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scott and family in Panama City over the and Bobblie Ray spent their two
PHONE 7-5058 son Rhames spenb Tuesday visiting week end. week vacation in Alabama.
I-,w Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson and -Mr. and Mrs. Burley Bass of Clinton Cox and sons Jimmy and
Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Maxwell of family. Southport vithed Mr. and Mrs. H. Jean spent Sunday visiting relatives
Pensacola spent several days last Mr. and Mrs. John Hewett and J. Foster Sunday. In Sopchoppy.
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. H. 'Jan Peterson spent the week end Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Laurimore Mr. and Mrs. Billie Frank Fair-
Kelley. in De Funiak Springs with Mrs. J. visited Mr. and Mrs. James Wil- cloth and family visited, relatives in
Sp. 3 Pauline Stonestreet, sta- W. Wootoen and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie liams and children of Dothan, Ala., Hosford over the week end.
tioned with the armed forces at Wooten. Sunday. E. H. Pridgen spent, Monday in
Montgomery, Ala., spent several Mr. and Mrs. Angus Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lee Sessions Tallahassee on business.
days visiting Mrs. Kate Swords 'and children of Avon Park spent and family of Lexington, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters and


i Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Measer and son i..: ,1- and family.
jof Panama City spent the day Sat- Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Thbias and
urday at Tyndall Field. family spent the week end visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Borquist of Jaoksdfn- Mr. and Mrs. Billie Branch and
villle spent the week end with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Raffield anm
and Mrs. B. A. Peers. family.
Woodrow Carr of Panama City Mrs. Lou Addle Faker and Mrs
spent the week end with his mo- Pearl Whitfield honored Mrs. War
'her, Mrs. B. A. Peters. ren Whitfield with a stork show-
Katherine Brown, Bobble Brown er Friday afternoon at 7:00 p.m.
and Patty Redd visited friends in. Those attending were Mrs. James
Marianna over the week end. Lovett, Mrs. Anna Dykes, Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke spent Edith Whitfield, Mrs. Laura Whit-
the day Wednesday in Pensacola field, Mrs. Ruth Odom, Mrs. Lou
vi. ting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Addle Baker and Mrs. Pearl Whit-


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Florida voters gave a good ac-
count of themselves last week when
they made it plain by their ballots
tha'vt they think and vote like
grown-ups and cannot be swayed
by the bellowing of the demagog
,or stampeded by race-baiters.
Opponents of Collins were so
frI ntic in their appeals, so deter-
mined 'to win or lose on the segre-
gation issue that they disgusted
most voters. The masterful man-
ner in which Collins handled him-
self throughout 'the campaign wno
him a record first primary victory
and moved Florida forward in the
eyes of the nation as nothing else
could..
Segregation is no more a prob-
lem of Florida than the South as
a whole and it will be solved in
time on a sound, just and sensible
basis if the best minds and ablest
leadership of both races tackle the
problem with vanity, tolerance and
sound judgment.
The outcome of congressional
races was also favorable to Flori-
da's continued advancement. It indi-
cates sound thinking on the part of
'the electorate that is inclined to
retain good men and support them
when there is no particular reason
for making a change. The Florida
delegation in Congress has done
good work and is respected. These
men are, experienced, know their
way around and are in a much bet-
ter position to accomplish things
for Florida than a newcomer could.
A number of races must be de-
termined 'by a second primary but
with the gubernatorial issue out
of the way, public interest will lag
and my prediction is that the-num-
ber of ballots cast in the second
primary will 'be far below those
cast in 'the first.
With both Kefauver and Steven-
son stumping the state and active
organizations working in their be-
half, most interest will center on
this battle, but it does not have
the appeal that attended the Gov-
ernor's race.
While Kefa.uver seemed to be
the favorite a few weeks ago, there
is evidence that Stevenson has
been gaining strength and what
happens will depend largely on the
impression they make during their
Florida campaigning prior to the
date df the second primary.
| The two gentlemen are scheduled
to debate in Miami later this month.
Stevenson challenged Kefauver to
debate on a statewide television
hook-up either. May 20 or 27. Ke-
fauver expressed his willingness to
accept the challenge but declined
to do so on Sunday, on the grounds
that the people of Florida arS reli-
gious church goers and have always
objected to political rallies, debates
or campaigning on the Sabbath.
Latest reports Indicate that the
big debate has been definitely sche-
duled for Monday, May 21.
If either candidate touches on the
subject of segregation it will be
lightly since the outcome of he
Governor's race clearly Indicates
that the voters of Florida are more
than fed up on-this subject and
are concerned only with a discus-
sion of the real issues.
Kefauver is scheduled to arrive
in Florida May 21 and plans to re-
main in the state a full week visit-
ing many communities in south
and central Florida. Stevenson will
be shaking all the hands he can
and doing his beat to influence
voters before they go to the polls.


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,------ erage Dealers in Gulf County and th Me- carried that the board adont a resolution Direct, Int. ev., WTax. ......... 38.00 Haralnd Pridgeon, 1966 Dist. Taxes 176.28 PRECINCT NO. 7 Mirs. Otis Pyle, Mrs. Robert E. King and
co Beach area, to-wit: M. A. Sanders, Dis- authorizing the Sheriff of Gulf County to ST. JOSEPH FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT -Gulf Coast Elec. Corp., Service .... 68.71 Clerk: Louis Johnson. Inspectors: W. 0. 'Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
MINUTES OF THE trict Supervisor of the State Beverage De- post proper signs warning operators of FUND May 9, 1956 E. C. Harden, Sr., Exp. to meet. .. 27.70 Howard, Mrs. Sybil Scheffer, Mrs. J. B. Tra- PRECINCT NO. 10 (Centennial Building)
partminent; Rev. William T. Iverson; Jack automobiles not to drive on the beaches in St. Joseph Fire Control Unit, 1955 Tax 'Janie Whittield, Exp. to Dr. for Jeff wick. Day Shift
C lOUNTYV COM MISSm|IN Prince;- R. R. Kingry and Roib T. Brown. the Beacon Hill and St. Joe Beach area. ........................... 18.17 Bennett .................. 10.00 PRECINCT NO. 8 (Fire Station) Clerk: Mrs. N. E. Dees. Inspector: Mrs.
COUNITY I C vOI IOU T -The Chairman announced that this Hear- ; Mrs. Emma Darley rqeuested financial ROAD & BRIDGE FUND J. E. Pridgeon, Judge for Insanity Case 7.50 Not Appointed James T. McNeill, Mrs. Herman Stripling
ing was called because thi Bod was e- aid. No action taken at this time. Mr. 0.' May 9, 1956 Dr. H. B. Canning, Ex.'in Insanity .. 6.00 RE CTNO. 9 Eleentar School) day and Mrs. Gordon Thomas
-- quested to do something about Alcoholic 'A. Hall requested the Board to assist him Boyd's Office Outfitters, Ribbon .. 2.00 Dr. J. B. Hendrix, Ex. in Insanity .. 6.00 PhiNt 9 l:entary hool) ayrdn Thoas
Beverage Dealers selling gto minors, etc.- in paying a Doctor bill. After discussion, St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co., Serv. for montn Elmer Nunery, Committeeman in Insanity Clerk: Mrs Paul Farmer. Inspectors: D
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Rev. Iverson told of several cases where high there was a motion bv Comm. Whitfield. see- of April .................. 16 ................... .............. 2.00 Clerk: Mrs. James McCall. Inspectors er Mrs. Buck Bure nd Ter Hi:
MAY 9, 1956 school children were allowed to purchase 'ended by Comm. Hart and duly carried, that Gulf Coast Electric Corp., Ser ..... 16.4 P. F. McDaniel, Mise. Sup........... 485 W. H. Howell, Mrs. John u Dickey and ler, rs. uc rge a
The Board of County Commissioners of Alcoholic Beverages and become drunk. Rev. the County pay Myrtle Hurd $.-.00 on Mr. Sportsman Serv. Sta.. Gas ........ 1.s6 Bowen Sp. Co, Sp............. 203 Mrs. Durel Brigman notee Comm.Hartofered the fol-
Gulf County, Florida met this date in regular Iverson further stated that he knew of six Hall's Doctor bill. Pate's Shell Serv., Gas and Oil .... 34.00 H&WB Drew Co., Supplies ...... 1.89 Nite Shift: rponi orn Par e 7)
monthly session. The following members incidents where minors were hospitalized A discussion was had with reference to Calloway Bros.. Parts .......... 167.56 Sportsman Serv. Sta., Sup. ........ 1.99 Clerk: Mrs. John Blount, Jr. Inspectors: (Continue On Fa...
were present: X. C. Harden, Sr., Chiarman, Gulf County Nite Spots that sells alcoholic tt.e right of way required by the State Road Bud Williamson Mach. Shop., Labor and Whatley Typewriter Co., Clean, and Repair
J. 0. Price, T. D. Whitfield, Parker 0. due to fights in and around one of our Department before the road projects in White parts .................... .135.00 to Typewriter for Tax. C .. ... 17.50
Hart, and George W. Cooper, the Clerk, beverages. -After lengthy discussion, Mr- City can be constructed. It was decided Wewa Hdwe. Co.. Misc. Supplies .. 773.29. Bishop Office Equip. Co, Supplies 215.26
Sheriff and attorneys were also present. Sanders announced that a hearing on this that if the right of way is not given to the McCormick's Grocery, Supplies. 3 o06 W, T. Edwards TB Hosp., Gulf Co.
The meeting came to order at 9 o'clock matter will be held before the State Bever- State, that the project will be cancelled. W. T. Stafford Groc., Gas 7.66 patients .................. 112.60 H^ IlO I l INSI i'I
a.m. age commission in Panama City within the The Hon. J. L. Sharit, Mayor of the Bay Mach. & Weld. Co., Labor .......59,70 Gulf County Breeze, Minutes & Misc. 151.82 M P T M I
The minutes of the meetings of Apul 3rd near future. -Rev. Iverson then requested City of Port St. Joe, Florida appeared be- Cook Mtr. Co.. Parts .......... 1456.02 H&WB Drew Co., Supplies ...... 104.70
and 28rd were read, approved and adopted. the Board to take steps to have the Mexico fore the Board and requested the County Gulf Hdwe. Co., Sup and Parts .. 10.57 Wewa Hdwe. Co., Supplies for Insect Control
Mr. J. A. Sudduth appeared before the Beach Drive-In Patio closed, to allocate all Secondary Road funds due St. Joe Mtr. Co., Parts..........9.00I program .................. 633 REALTOR INSUROR
Board and requested the County to con- Mr. Jack Prince appeared before the the City of Port St. Joe for the next fiscal Snap On Tools Corp.. Parts ...... 171.20 Standard Oil Co, Gas & Oil, Insect C, ntrol
struct a new road in Mid Way palk Sub Board and told of automobiles driving on year to be expended on Long Avenue from Auto Parts & Bearings Co., Parts .... 27.9 ........................... 34.69 r
division and told that the new road would the Gulf Beaches in the Beacon Hill and th Street to 20th Street. After lengthy dis- Fla.-Ga., Tractor Co., Parts ...... 16 00 Gulf Hdwe. Co., Supplies .......... 4.20
serve an area that has no road at this time. St. Joe Beach areas at great speeds, where- cushion, it was decided that this matter be Panama Mach, & Sup. Co., Parts .. 115.73 Seabrook Mach. Co., Supplies .... 28.90 403 Monument Ave. Fort St. Joe, Fla.
After discussion, it was deciyd I ll noth- by endangering the lives of the people that tabled until addition information can be Gaskin Bros. Lumber Co., Lumber .. 115.73 Bay Mach. & Weld. Co., Supplies .... 14.97
jIn b@ done mtlil a cot Mtsurvey c be use our beaches as a playground. Mr. received from the State Road Department. 'Panama Mir. Parts Co.. Parts ...... 28.02 Andy's Welding Repairs, Labor .. 11.49
made by the County Road Sunpt. Prince requested the Board to take steps to t The bills were presented, examined, ap- Simpson's Auto Parts, Parts ...... 19.84 E. J. Perry, Parts .............. 18.10 -
The following being present ;y invitation Iprevent automobiles from using the beaches proved and ordered paid. West Fla. Equip Co., Parts ...... 421.56 Serv. Eng. & Sup. Prints .......... 4.48
of this Board to take part in a Hearing to drive on. After discussion, there was a GENERAL FUND Standard Oil Co., Gas .......... 12.13 Campbel's Drug Store, Misc. Sup .... 1.95 BII _,_ B_ _B.- .__i
with reference to the alleged violations of motion by Comm. Cooper, seconded by1 May 11, 1956 Seabrook Mach. Co.. Parts ........ 11.70 Buzett's Drug Store, Supplies .... 2.25
the State Beverage Laws by Alconolie Bev- Comm. Hart and upon vote was unanimously Mrs. Edgar Rish, Election expense .. 20.00 Simpson Auto Parts, Parts ........ 1.43 F. E. Trammell, Expenses ........ 75.59
Mrs. J. D. Atwell, Blee. Exp .... 20.00 Taylor Parts & Sup. Co. Parts .. 72.82 Gulf Co.Bd.of Com., Use of Co. Equip. A
Mrs. Gil Tomas, Elec. Exp. ...... 20 00 Burford-Toothaker Tractor Co, Parts 63.86 ......................... 473.10re rdially Invited To
Mrs. Charles Fortner, Elec.Exp. .... 20.00 Alvin McGlon Serv. Gar., Parts ...... 1.91 Bishop Office Equip. Co., Supplies .. 12.83
B. B .. T. Lanier, Elec. Hp.. ...... 20.08 Chris J. Serlock, Inc., Parts .... 235.92 Myrtle Hurd, Co. Indigent ........ 26.00
Mrs. Walter Orutchfield, Elec Expp .. 17.10 HI&WB Drew So., Office Sup. 26.68 There being no further business to come a a
SILAS R. Thelma Van Horn, Elec. Exp. .... 16.00 Ray Brooks Mach. Co.. Inc., Parts .. 2.93 before the Board at this time, the meeting Au ,
Pearl Dannelly, Else. Exp. .........16.00 Fla. Gravel Co., Gravel .......... 21.97 did then adjourn. Long Av nBapt st'
Mary V. Capps, Elee. Exp ........16.00 B. W. Bells, Tires & Tubes .....1. 44,64 ATTEST:
SC H. Nichols, Elec. Exp....... 10.00 D. T. Bridges, Repair to water line 5.00 George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
SMrs. A. D. Lawson, Elec. Exp .... 17.7' T. 0. Wileyv. Exp. to Match. Sch. .. 50.00 Clerk Chairman
H. H. Shirley, Elec. Exp. ........ 12.00 GENERAL FUND WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA REV. J. C. ODUM, Postor
SJeff Plair, Elec. Exp............ 12.00 May 9, 1956 May 16, 1956
D I DAT Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, Elec. Exp. .. 12.00 J. C. Price, Salary ............... 101.84 The Board of County Commissioners of CIM A CH 94
CANDIDATE FOR Zola addox, Elec. Exp. .......... 12.00 C. Harden, Sr., Salary ........ 8828 Gulf County, Florida met this date in special SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
Mrs. Emmette Daniell, Elec. Exp... 13.00 George W. Cooper. Salary ........ 95.84 session. The following members were pres- MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
SFlorazelle 0. Connell, Elee. Exp. .. 13.00 Parker G. Hart, Salary ........ 101.84 ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., J. 0. Price, George
............. tltlV IMarguerite L. Pridgeon, Elec. Exp. .. 18.00 T. D. Whitfield, Salary .......... 94.00 W. Cooper, Parker G. Hart, and T. D. Whit- BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 645 p.m.
R: Iepresel ative Jeff Plair, Elec. Exp.. ......... 13.00 David C. Gaskin, Salary. ..........23 50 field. The Clerk, Sheriff and Attorneys were WAT I ..OR SI P 0IN p.m.
T. W. Hinote, Elec. Exp. .........13.20 Silas BR. Stone. Salary ...... .... 23.50 also present. EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 pm.
GULF COUNT Corea Lee Miller, Elee. Exp ...... 6.00 J. R. Hunter, Pension ............ .00 The'meeting came to order at 7;1;) p.m. PVR NY N VICRE nI -e 7:0 p.m.
GULF COUNTY rs. C. S. Stevens, Elee. Exp ...... 6.00 George Y. Core, Salary .......... 47.00 Comm. Hart told the Board that he thought
Mrs. Herman- Stripling, Elec. Exp. 6.00 Ray E. Green, Compt., Rot. ........ 36.00 some changes should be made in the Elec-
W Mt. Stripling, Elec. Ep........ 6.00' Protes Ins. Corp.. Ins. Prem 12.00 tton Inspection Boards for the May 29 Pr;
Louis Johnson, Elec. Exp ....... 17.00 l e Weeks. Same........ d many complaints from the voters of corner Long Avenue and 1 6th Street
*l ,'. Mrs. Sybil Scheffer, Elec. Exp .... 17.00 Ruby Melvin, Same ............ 10.00 Gu,f County as to the co ifsiu m and 21
SThe PeopleS Candidate Mattie M. Traweek, Elec. Exp .... 17.0()0 Bessie Glass, Same .............. 6.00 a-ouad some of the polling pl.ces. Mr. Hart
10-19 Grady Mims, Elsec. Exp. ........ 17.00 MrsLe M. Sims, Same ..........3.00 suggested that some of li polling placesISITORS A W AYS W ELCOM E
41 'NV.. I W. n- Brown, Elec. Exp. ...... 16.00 Minnie Patterson, Same ........... 3.00 be roped off to keep the crowds o( people
Mrs. E. L. Antley, Elec. Exp ...... 16.00 Mrs. Mae P Creamer. Same ........ 9.0 from gathering too close to the entrance of 100% AIR CONDITIONED
ii*^ Mrs. James L. Harper, Elec. Exp. .. 16.00 Ars. Tom Parker, Same .......... .).00 the tolling places. 100% AIR CONDITIONED
AIrs. J. H. Chafin, Elec. Exp.. 16.00 Ressie Porter, Same .............. 6..C0,' Alter general discussion, it was decided "
SAlice G. Gufo. Hatch Ele. Exp ...... 20.05 Mrs. A. G. Montgomery. S ...... 3.00 that polling places for prints 5 and 8 be
NAlice G. Guilford, Elec. Exp ...... 13.50 Mrs.ieBessie Beck. Same ......... 3.(,0 roped off during the next primary,
INot My Will .Annie M. Cook, Bleo.ExRap........13.50 Minnie Williams, Same.............0.........1,1 reieIofRErandhenet s-oay
S* Alice M. Adkins, Ele. Exp. ....... 13.50 Mamie Brewer. ami*e ..00 PRECINCT NO 1 (Oity Hall, Wewahitchka)
Annie M. Hardy, Elec. Exp. 17.40 W. T Slraiine, 'nie ............ 1 .-00 Clerk: Mrs. Edgar Rish. Inspectors: Mrs. A
But Yours Be Done Mrs. N. E. Dees. Elec. Exp. ....... 12.0 Maggie Smith. Same ............. .00 Gil Tomas, Mrs. Charles Fortner and Mrs. NI U E and U V Iv L
Myrtle Farmer, Elec. Exp........ 12.00 Nora Mel)aniol. S:u, ... ........ 15.00 Ruth Attwell.
Margaret L. Thoimas. Elec. Exp.... 12.00 Bryant Jones, Same .......... 10. PRECINCT NO. 2 (Stone Building, Wewa.)
Betty L. McNeill, Ele. Exp. .... 12.00 Elizab... -i., ri, ne .......... 1 10 Clerk: Jim B. McDaniel. Inspectors: Mrs. d
W. S. Love, Elee. Exp......... 12.00 Jeff Il,,,,... .... ............ 10.00 W. B. Gilbert, Mrs. Allen Kemp. 7-Y
LAWYER BUSINESSMAN, CIVIC LEADER Mrs. Rush Chism, Elec. Exp.. ..... 21.25 Jolm B Nichols, Same ............ 10.00 PRECINOT NO. 3 (Smith Building) p h o i.te
SMrs. Durel Brigman, Elec. Exp. .... 15.50 Bessie Glass, Same............ 15.00 Clerk: Mrs. Walter Crutchfield. Inspec- Uo t e *m ,._
Mrs. John C. Dickey, Elec. Exp..... 12.00 Lena Whitfield, Same .......... 10.00 tors: Miss Thelma Van Horn, Mrs. Pearl
I Mrs. Calla H. Howell, Elec. Exp. .... 15.50 Mrs. Ella Hall, Same ............ 10.00 Dannelly and Mrs. Coy Capps.
HE PLEDGES TO: J. A Ch ason, lee. Exp. .........28.00 Mamie Thomas. Sante ...........8 00 PRECINCT NO. 4 (Community Bldg.)IT WMAP AT
HMrs. John Blount, Jr., Elec. Exp. .. 12.00 C lle ter. Same ............. 10.00 hClerk: W. G. Hardyl Inspectors: Annie QUALITY WORKMANSHIP FINE MATERIALS
W. J. Ferrell, Elec. Exp. ......... 12.00 Davis, Same ............ 10.00 Hardy, Alice M. Arkins and Annie M. Cook.
1. Properly represent the people of Gulf County ac- i Jrs ant WK l iecExpE ::... 1 Gri l, Sam ........ .......1. : 0 00 es,. nspec rso: BUTLER'S TRIR
Mrs. J. A- Glenn, Eloc. Exp ........21.08 Eva Pate, Saiie ............ ... 10.00Emima L. Gillot, Srs. Irene Adams soilBUTLER S TRIM SHOP
cording to their wishes, and not private interests or the in- nDorothy N. Kemp, Ele. Exp ....... 10 W. PColeman, Same ........ 10.00 Mrs.A.B. Rhames.
U. L. Davis, Elec. Exp .............8.00 Mrs. W. P.'Colemi. Samm, .........10.0) Srs. A. B. Rhames.
terests of Dade, Duval, or any other large county. rs. W. B. Gilbert, Elec. Exp. .... 21.00 iCarl Gass, ame.................10.00 PRECINCT NO. 6 (Community Building) 112 Retd Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
I Mrs. Emma Stone, Bloe. aExpi.......21'00 B. E. Parker, Sheriff's Ciosti ...... 38 90 Clerk.: Henry Brooks. Inspector: Mrs
H. ynumj, Ele. Exp .........21.00 Connell Watjer Works. Serve ... 18.00 Jenet Antley, Mrs. Mildred Chafin and
2. Fight for continued segregation in our public schools. Themla Rhames, Elec. Exp. ....... 20.00
VW. H. Weeks, Elec. exp. ..... ... 26.00
3. Sponsor an amendment to the Constitution providing Irene Adams, Elec. Exp ......... 20.00
.r1 A. Chestnut, EBlc. exp. ....... 20 (11
for the election of a Secretary of Labor, who shall be a full %v. G. Hardy, Elec. exp......... .. 6 0 0
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Arrest Tickets ............ 31.50
4. Work for a separate Colored polling place in Port B.Wew ParkerE roferiff' Cost .. 1.. ..5.. 1,21 0

Revell's IGA Gro., Misc. ........ 5.683
Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated ec .oges tinW. al .se.aa .3 2
David 0. Gaskin, Salary ........ 18.70
Silas R. Stone, Salary .......... 51.70
George Y. Core, Record. Cony. ....... 9.00
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire ..... 8.59
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WCTU OFF- BASE? Whehi
Washington See Saw, young folks get together to drink
(Continued From Page 4) !cokes and dance to a juke box,
and Bill Cramer. i should they have to ante up an
,SWEET'STORY Score this one extra 20% to Uncle ,Sam as "ca-
for Congressman Paul Rogers- baret tax?" Congressman Syd Her-
with an assist from Senator Hol- long thinks this was not the intent
land. Rogers' sugar bill has gone of Congress when the cabaret tax
to the White House for `.he signa- ,was ae up. He says the tax was
ture of the President. Last year, meant for cabarets and not milk
Rogers introduced a bill to read- bars. As a member of the Ways and
just the sugar quotas for domestic !Means Committee-now rewriting
producers. The bill passed-went that law-Herlong has received
to the Senate-was changed-went NEW JOB-Jim Powell, outstand-
to a conference committee-was ing Florida political writer, is lear-
reported out last week to the satis- ing Washington to accept a job as
faction of both houses. Under the a high level editorial writer with
the Tampa Tribune.


old law, Cuba was getting about
96% of all sugar consumption in-
crease in this country. And the con-
sumption was increasing rapidly
each year. Under Rogers' bill, do-
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people of course-will get -. :, of all lowing resolution and moved for its adop-
new business with 45% of it going tion, seconded by Comm. Whitfield and upon
to the foreign 'trade. This new law vote wa sunanimously carried:
RESOLUTION
will hold good for th next four WHEREAS, it ha come to the attention
of the Board of County Commissiorters of
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street, Florida, and
WHEREAS, this Board has been requested
by numerous citizens throughout Gulf County
to do everything within its power to pre-
vent the United States Post Office Depart-
ment from closing the i'st Office located
at Overstreet, Florida.
1. That the United States Post Office
Department be and it is hereby requested
to continue operating the Post Office at
Overstreet, Florida to provide necessary.
postal service to Gulf County citizens.
* 2. That a copy of this resolution be seem
to the following: Honorable Bob Sikes. Unil.
ed States Congressman; Hon Harold Alex-
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and to the Regional Director of the Post
Office Department. '
There being no further business to come
before the Board at this time, it did then
adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Olerk Chairman '


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iin the Florida Power Company
Lounge, June 12. Anyone Intere.ted
is invited to attend,

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of cranberry jelly and other tart
fruit jelly is to "weep" after the
mold is cut. To prevent this, place
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PORT ST. -1r9.'FIA,


Leaving For France
M-Sgt. and Mrs. L. L. Allen and
sons Lauren and Luclous left for
Brooklyn, N. Y. last week where
they embarked for Etain, France.
They will make their home there
for the next there years where
Sgt. Allen is stationed. Mrs. Allen
is the former Alice Baggett, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Baggett
of this city.


F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
ing: money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and place of residence and post' office
SWAP SHOP. address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, agent or his attorney, or it will be-
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet, come void according to law.
lug first and third Monday nights May 23, 1956 4t
800 p.m., American Legion Home Rosa Lee Pounsel
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G. Administratrix of the estate of
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of John Pounsel deceased.
St. Joseoh Chaoter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- LOCAL POST OFFICE TO
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge, 'RECEIVE HOURLY BIDS ON
secretary. PARCEL POST DELIVERY
TRUCK
Postmaster Chauncey Costin an-
LOYAL ORDER bounced today that bids would be
OF MOOSE received up until 2 p.m. EST, Mon-
Meetings at Moose day, May 28, 1956, at the Port SainW
Hall, 310 Fourth St Joe Post Office for the furnishing
Meeting night ev- of a truck on an hourly basis for
ery other Monday the delivery of parcel post and for
relay and collection during the fis-
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0 cal year beginning July 1, 1956 and
O. F.-Meets first and third Thurs ending June 30, 1957. The condi
days, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic Hall. All tons of the contract will be such
members urged to attend; visiting that it may be extended from one
brethren Invited. G. F. Lawrence, to two additional years if agreeable
PERSONAL with both parties.
Alcoholism, recognized by the Posumaster Costin suggested
merican Medical Association as a that anyone interested in furnisi-
isease. is no respecteor of persons, ga truck or thispurpose contact
nor is it essentially a moral que- him at. epof
lion. A group of the now world-wide and complete information
fellowship of Alcoholics Anony-
mnous is being formed in Port St. Star Want Ads Get Results
THERE WILL BE a regular com- Send The Star To A Friend
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM Friday, May 11,
8:00 p.m. All Master Masons cor- T ris man can give you
dially invited. dependable
J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M. dp db
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec. delivery of


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA
In re. Estate of JOHN POUNSEL,
Deceased.
All' creditors of the estate of
John Pounsel, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
'County, Florida, in the court house
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the
date atof the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand must
I be in writing and must state the


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Date Sugar Drops
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1 cup soft shortening (part
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1 cup brown sugar (packed)
4 teaspoon maple flavoring
1 large egg
2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
1-teaspoon cream of tartar
teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
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Baseball Leagues
(Continued From Page 1)
The team would like to thank
publlely the following firms for
their invaluable financial aid in
the venture of bringing good base-
ball to Port St. Joe: J. L. Miller,
Buszett's Drug Store, Woolford's
Service Station, Ward Clinic, I. W.
Duren, St. Joe Hardware Co., Ful-
ler Supply, Stone's Shop For Men,
IGA Super Market, Frank and Dot's
Agency, E. F. Gunn, Modern Fur-
niture Co., Costin Department
Store, Roche's Appliance Store,
Pate's Shell Service Station, Dr.
W. F. Wager, Cecil Costin, Jr.,
Campbell's Drug Store, Smith's
Pharmacy, St. Joe Service Station,
Henley's Restaurant, B. B. Cok-
lin, Fowhand Furniture Co., Hurl-
but Furniture Co., Hallmark's, Dan-
laey Furniture Co., Cooper Barber
Shop, St. Joe Furniture and Ap-
pliance Co., Quality Grocery and
Market, Creech Brothers, George
G. Tapper Co., Piggly Wiggly, The
Star, St. Joe Paper Company, Wes-
tern Auto Associate Store, Jones
Service Stion, iargiillSteveus
Motor Co., Hutchins Thursbay
Chevrolet Co., Wimberly Pontiac
Co.
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SILAS R.

'Mickey' STONE
LANDIDA.\TE FOlE

Representative
GULF COUNTY


i The


Peoples' Candidate


Siot My Will .
But Yours Be Done


'LAWYER, BUSINESSMAN, CIVIC LEADER
HE PLEDGES TO:
1. Properly represent the people of Gulf County ac-
cording to their wishes, and not private interests or the in-
terests of Dade, Duval, or any other large county.
2. Fight for continued segregation in our public schools.
3. Sponsor an amendment to the Constitution providing
for the election of a Secretary of Labor, who shall be a full
member of the State Cabinet.


4. Work
St. Joe.


for a separate Colored poling place in Port

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We have disproven the claims of the incum-
bent Junior Costin, that he had a "fine record of
accomplishments" in the 1955 legislature and prov-
en that he had no personal accomplishments what-
ever.
We have established that the incumbent has
so lost face with other members of the legislature,
by failing to keep his solemn promises, he could
no tpass good legislation, even if he tried.
We have shown that his voting record on re-
apportionment of the Senate ties him in directly
with South Florida and the large counties, to the
adverse interest of his own Gulf County, whose citi-
zens elevated to the office he now holds.
His stand on segregation is questionable when
considered in the light of promises to open the
Centennial Building to Negroes, with or without the
consent of the City Commission.
His campaign, based upon untruths, half truths,
rumors and rumors of rumors, lacks even a small
touch of statesmanship, and has brought discredit
upon many innocent people. 'His strategy of pres-
sure and power politics has been felt from one end
of the county to the other.
Costin's position that he could not be beaten,
that his family would always elect him, is a chal-
lenge to the electorate of Gulf County, and based on
a belief that the people are so under the control of
his family that the voters can not make a decision
of their own.
The opposition is desperate. Beware of last
minute tales and stories intended to confuse the
voters.


SLECT




SILAS t. mickey' STOE



REPRESENTATIVE


ON MAY


29


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Highland View G. A.'s
Meet at Church Mon.
The Junior G. A.'s of the High-
'land View Baptist Church met at
the church at 4:15 Monday after-
noon. The vice-president, Rosa Lee
Keels called the meeting to order
and read Matt. 28:19-20. The group
repeated the watchword and alle-
glance and sang the first 'stanza
of the G. A. hymn. The program
was the groat commission. Those
taking part on the program were
Linda Faye Keels, Pat MoOormick,
Shirley Wood, Rosa Lee Keels, Hel-
en Richards and Jeanie Coker.

Highland View WMU
Has Meeting Monday
The WMU of the Highland View
Baptist Church melb Monday at 3:00
p.m. at the church for their Royal
Service program. The group sang,
"Onward Christian 'Soldiers". Mrs.
L. F. Adams gave the opening pray-
er. The scripture, Matt. 28:19-20
was given by Mrs. Wayara Peter-
son. The program, Onward Chris-
tian Soldiers was presented by Cir-
cle 2. Those taking part on the pro-
gram were Mrs. Wayara Peterson,
Mrs. Roney, Mrs. Hallman, Mrs.
Lillie Echols, Mrs. L. F. Adams
andMrs. Alice Macomiber.
The group was dismissed by Mrs.
L. F. Adams.
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Mrs. Tomlinson Is
Hostess To Circle 4


Mrs. A. R. Tomlinson was hostess
to members of Circle 4 of the Wo-
man's Missionary Union of the
First Baptist Church, Tuesday af-
ternoon at 3 p.m.
Mrs. A. V. Bateman gave the de-
votional taken from 1 Samuel 1:-
9,28 followed by prayer.
Mrs. Emory Stevens gave an in-
teresting talk on Blackboard Study.
Mrs. R. W. Henderson read, "We
Help Answer Our Own Prayer"
from the Royal Service magazine.
Mra. Perry Elliot read, "The Mis-
sions Volunteer in My Church"
from the Royal Service magazine.
Mrs. Tomlinson dismissed the
meeting with a prayer.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess to the following members
present, Mrs. A .V. Bateman, Mrs.
Perry Elliot, Mrs. Emory Stevens
and Mrs. R. W. Henderson.

Long Avenue Circle
Meets With Mrs. Griner


The Long Avenue Batist Circle
Two of the WMU met in the home
of Mrs. Darrell Griner.
The meeting was opened with the
repeating of the watchword follow-
ed with prayer by circle chairman,
Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
The program presented was en-
titled "Onward, Christian Sol-
diers".
Those taking part on the pro-
gram were: Mrs. H. L. Ford,. rMs.
Joe Wilkie, Mrs. Darrell Griner,
Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Mrs. Joe Alli-
good, rMs. Joe Ferrell and Mrs.
Joe McLeod.
The hostess served refreshments
to the following members present:
Mrs. Joe McLeod, Mrs. Joe Ferrell,
rMs. Joe Alligood, Mrs. P. B. Fair-
ley, Mrs. Darrell Griner, Mrs. Joe
Wilkie, Mrs. H. L. Ford, Mrs. R E.
Phillips and Mrs. Grady Playe'.

Florida Polio Rate
Reduced By Over 75%
Florida's polio rate dropped 75
per cent last year.
The State Board of Health re-
ported this week there were only
466 cases last year compared to
1,777 in 1954. The rate per 100,000
persons skidded- from 51 to 12.8.
Dr. James 0. Bond, state epi-
demiologist, said "the lowered case
rate in 1955 is chiefly a reflection
of a natural decline in the disease
which reached a high peak of inci-
dence in 1954."
There was a corresponding drop
in the number of paralytic cases--
131 in 1955 compared to 907 a year
earlier. The rate dropped from 24.4
to 3.6.
A special study compared the in-
cidence of paralytic cases in a
group of 149,664 children ages 5
to 9 vaccinated with Salk polio
vaccine and a group of 224,507 not
vaccinated.
In the five motnhs of June thru
October there were 1.2 paralytic
polio cases among the cases among
the unvaccinated children and only
three cases among those vaccin-
ated. &iVW
The highest incidence of polio
was in children under the age of
10, Dr. Bond said. There was a
secondary peak at ages 25-29.

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LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
CIRCLE NO. 1 MEETS
Circle No. 1 of the Long Aveaue
Baptist Church met at the home
of Mrs. T. D. Hutchins Tuesdai,
May 22 at 7:00 p.m. with the circle
chlisirman, Mrs. W. P. Dockery
presiding. The meeting was opened
with prayer by Mrs. A. P. Martili.
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waad Christian Soldiers" was pre-
sented by Mrs. M. L; Britt, Mrs.
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